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J0Hi II. OBERLY & CO., PROPRIETORS.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1871.
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON A.
THE BRIDAL CHAMBER,
ESSAYS FOR YOUNG MEN
ObIAT SOCIAL EVILS AND AIIUHM,
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I fails and children,
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UITIOIB'8 I terv and summer com.
"jrap. ) plaint In ctilldirnol all
ll I the Great Infant's and .til.Jrftrr Soothing
ORAFTQN MEDICINE CO., hi. Louis. Mo.
Hold by Druggists and Dealers hi Medicine
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AILKO UK HAT llLsTUJIAi I VA.
k. w. cojwxb rimi and uaci sts.'
lilt a reliable Family Medicine, and cant
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MaTl Droot. iKaat'Teaa.. aud Va. U-
Jacos Barrm. Esq. Dear Hi n Inaveu.edln
o ail may ate recommemici to i. I round
moain I cannot do verr writ without theia.m
D. MKNIUE. ID South tin at,, Phila.
Feasor .ssjeeUt Paasyuak Churcb.
eU by W. P. Alias, S Mata street Dubuque
II W I.MS'IM IIIIW If KS I II? K II
nan nnniianaui . in was i ea rv amvai nrm -rr. i-aa i- nit
A lector on th littoral treatment, anl imdiril
ui w varw,ij ( ivnuiMni vsrt iimrr,
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8ni under bL in cUm rnteloi. to an
rata ni-attrtaiit rin ri-alnt e t alw ranli .r I wm
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Lrran jsj it i mar i av i i w i i w.
j Waukesha Wisconsin
Ttui water it the akLowleJgfd cure of tbe in-
tM and fllarita.
.ribt'l dUeaaa ta fatal to the kldnej, the body
Diaoetta commence with frtvjutnt dnlrei to
trtniftb and Huh.
Aitoniitilng cureaof tlropaj hare been tfTtcM,
I . t J . .11,. i. . - H . n - L'rt. .1..
irrfir 11 iinDfarrjuffja. 11 will uii.f ail innarnit.
Otnaral Annt at tba Hnrian. Wankeaba. Wi.
airier, ifrou are afflicted with anr ol the lore-
- . niMv bnnBl.n.n nr
nr. ma wrjnaenui uivouverT oeincaua .iiiufrifi
Water li a poaltUe remedy for the forei,-mj?
UhaeaJtneBprtnita: ii ne?erioe apnrti-
nf lie iMdlelaal aualitiaa br Baekaae or trana-
c rcuiar win accompany racit package nroereu
. . i. ' ' nr.ni Inn iviluri.n
auIiriHl nilyOAllll iruifllAH,
ISIPenniTlranla-ar.. Waihinxton. D. C.
Or Edward 9. baabar.Oerieral Manaiier at the
pring!, w luaeena, wu.
I i.-Mfarail .mrfjiBf. IftlKrlm
. in DBiWOHAU'S
Oaa Ikes ), iaad aaya time, health and
taeney, HjOao nward lor any case of disease, la
aay ataiawBica luey.iaii u cure.
DB. WCJ-IAU tf DOI.DEN JJALSAM,
Mai, 1 and I, are .he greatest alleratiyes known.
tJDB. KICHAU o GOLDEN L1XIK D'AUOUIt
la lha (TMlaat tonto and astringent In tliemedl
' Pit. sUCHAU'B OOLUEN ANTI IM1TE
i. ih. Anl raHabla Hiuralic.
These remedies are not sdrertlssd to cure all
xtunlalata. and beaefltaonn t tut ate guaranteed
toelfecla radical aad speedd cuia I nail cases for
which they 'are recommended, when all ether
treatment naa failed. Tens of thoasands yearly
un.nr Irv thalr use. who hare lost all hope, and
been pronounced a Ibeuiablo by tba best of' our
DR. RigHAU.'B.QOLDJSN UAI-SAil
ai. i nraa nieata. uleeratad sore tnroat ana
sno'ulh. sore ayes, cutaneous eruptions, copper
Mlord.blotet.et.aoreneta or ine acaip, scroiuia
it I. (ha araataat renarator. alteratire and
blood puiiSer anown. remoies all mercury from
lha si stem," and leans the blond pure and
D. BICHAU'8 GOLDEN BALSAM.
al. a mArrnrlal a(TAitlnna. rheumatism In
all Its' lormo, and glies Immediate relief in all
"PB,. BICHAU'S GOLDEN ANTIDOTE,
A "radical cut for alftirlaary derangements
rt ice, a par uetue. ,
BB. RtCnAC'8 GOLDEN ELIXIR D'AMOUIt,
. it.. I fn. n.rfntii or aencral debility, in
oldor.young. JropMtlhg anergy with wonderful
K tHto nr tarn for 19.
Ob racelpT of prlco. these remedies will be ship.
..j iE I'rnmnt attention paid to all
Srirruswincents. Noneeehulne without tho name
af D IBIC U A UB 0 Ol . D E N It K M E D I E8 , D. II.
Ricaiaoe, sole proprietor," blown In glsss of
Ciraulara sent. Trada uppj lit' '
1 Address. Dr. D. B.BIchardi, K Varlek-st., N.Y
h. .vnf.it or order sroods
DRY CORNED FISH.
One of the great luxuries of the day in Ad
am's Patent Cured Fish.
Where'er it taa been tried It has U-c.mi
a permanent future.
SHOULD NOT FAIL TO USE IT.
Procure lamples to learn what a p-ally u
penor article an aim our appetite.
To be had at
AND KANCV tlUOOKIlY.
CAIRO CITY COAL
I. prepare J to aupply ciitti.ui'r with th V,t
PITTSBURG ANI) ILLINOIS
)RDF.KS left at llalllday liroe offire, TO OHIO
LKVKK. Mr tX the Ileal rrd blow the M
Cnarln llrilel, will welte prompl Hci-nllon.
TIIETUfi " MO.VTAUK '' will l.-lrnjcoal "Jon-
tde ateamem at any hour. or.tf
WM OLEMALE CIIOCERS.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
CAIRO. I 1. 1. I . O I It .
A'so, keep ronntanlly on hand a most com.
plelu stock of
SOOTCII AND lKIell WIIIf-KIKS
C. 1 N S,
Port, Mndcria, Sherry mid Catawba Winn
RBMYTII A 00. sell eirlu.ltly for eMh.to
. which fact tln-T mi I the e.iwcisl atten
tion f cloie bargain buyers.
Special alttntioti jfir'n to Filling Ordert.
MRS. yi. S WANDER,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
'Binscrelal Aitnnr, cpr-otllr 1:1 llo
CLOTHINO FOR LADIES WEAR
Made to order, or Ready-Made.
A full assortment of .M Uses' and I.ndieH
Hall and Bonnets of tho latest styles.
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE!
IIOIITII 8TREKT, IIKTWKKN WAMIINQTON
AND COMMKItCIAL AVENUE?,
Has jusi received a full and splen'ttd line of
Dreis trlmminirs. silk slmns. silk catoon. em-
pure laces, moss trimming, crocket butlonn,
silk and reliet buttons, plush ami Irlinnuns Tri
vet, hats and bonnets, fine kid Klotes. ladle' and
ehtldrene'ahoca, ami u full and complete stock ol
Millinery and Fancy Goods,
All of which she proposes to sell at
Till VKBY LOWEST CARII VHICKS
BOOTH AND HIIOKS.
ROOT AND SHOE MAKER,
. ' i
between Wasi.ington Avenue and Poplar btteet,
CAIBO, ILLS. , 1
bonis and Shoes Made to Order.
Fine Workmen Employed.
CITY SHOE STORE
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY,
DOLE AO UNCI FO
ROOTS AND S II 0 E S
roiMcrelnl Avenue, Corner or Elglitli
rARTICOLAtl ATTKNTION' PAID(lJO ALL OR
DSB JOR UOOPSXIRTB AND B1I0KB.
ltrorlcl rtix-c-lnlly for llic Cnlro II ill
let In. Ton Imtirs In niltnnre ol M.
Tliu .carcity of tclegrnpli mutter in tbli
iiicrniiij-s JSu.U.tin It ncconnted for in
lliofoiU'wirig note, vliieli wj received from
tin reporter at lliia ufllco:
Ilfl.I.KTi.v i An iicciUcnt on tho Louis
villo milroud. An ungtuu andoino cars
tried toclinih oiiu.(ifoir:tc1egrnt;h polci,
aoilJuiocked" odr wlro down. That was
tlie onlv wlr.' left iind now that's gone.
THE NEW VOKK DEMOCRACY.
SO RREACIf IX THE PARTY.
TAMMANY AND THE INVESTI
GATION OF ACCOUNTS.
Nkw Yoiik, September 7. The even-
tecritti ward German democratic commit
tee lit IU meeting yesterday, ratified tho
action ot tho Oerman democratic general
committee, in opposition to tho Tammany
mii;. .lviiuii was tuKon to insuro repre
sentation in tho upjironching stalo conven
tion, line ol llic members ol the commit
ter mudo ii speech In opposition to tho
propoiud abandoning of tho democratic
party on the part of tno Gurmitn demo
crats, arguing that tho remedy for tho cor
ruption of its loaders could be found with
in the parly. If men were corrupt, they
ought la be repudiated; and ii found
guilty of the frauds with which they are
nccuiid, they should bo punished.
Tho committee adjourned without tak
ing any notion on thu subject.
A corresptndent writea from Albany
that, from the vicwi expressed by promi
nent democrats in ul'.endanco at tho meet
ing of tho state central committee in that
city yesterday, it is believed thero will bo
no'defection of tho party in tho country
districts thi fall. Prominent country
lenders say that the New-York City de
mocracy must oettlo their own dillertnces
to suit themselves; that if there is any
thing rotten in the party, tho democrats
themselves can sccuro the neceiarj- re
The Tammary accounts have been tbo
subject of wide-spread discussion all
through the country district', buttholcud
ers think when tho election comis tho
party will not bo aiTcctcd by them.
An ex-clerk of tho comtitroller t office,
named O'Rourke, In a published card, says
that if the city accounts are submitted to
either of tho committees appointed to ex
amine the city treasury frauds, he will de
monstrate that all that has been charged
It wa recently announced bv Mr.O'Gor-
man, corporation counsel, that tbo board
created by an net pasicd April iC, 1870,
was empowered to scttlo all old claims
against the city. This board of which tho
monibers are J'wced, Hall and Connelly,
is said to bo tho pnnciplo source of cor
ruption ; and it is believed to now have
before it claims of tho character of the
Garry and Jones claims, to the extent of
several millio.is of dollars. There is no
other power of adjudication of tho old
claims as the board of aldermen and eu
pervifors aro authorized to pais only the
claims made ninco tho passage of tho
above law. There Is said to bo a feeling
of consternation, among tho Tammany
leaders ove'r tho unexpected proceeding
against thu ring. The legal measures
which had been doforrod yesterday on ac
count of-the illness of Judgo Ibrnard,
will bo begun to-day. provided there Is a
session court. Thero is much speculation
as to whether Tammany will not be ablo
to securo delay in tho commencement of
tho proceedings, or if commenced, u de
lay in tho hearing of tho case, so as to de
viso new tactics na to their proposed
Soino of tho officials about the city hall
think judgo Ilarnurd will not urant an in
junction against tho city authorities in
view of his well known" Tammany pro
clivities ; and it is nssertcd that tho delay
of one dav alicadv is due to his aiding the
Tb.o Tribune thinks thero is no reason
to apprehend any delay in the proceed
ings. It says an attempt on the part of
tno rogtiei to ueiay tno proceedings will
only assist in strengthening and confirm
ing the public feeling against them j and
thu Tumiiiuny officers will do well, in
their own interests, to not aggrnvato their
present condemnation by an attempt to
prevent by chicanery or violonco n legal
inquisition into their recent wasteful and
Sa.v Fiiancisco, September 7. Cali
fornia bus gono republican from three to
five thousand majority. The entire etato
ticket Is elided. Thero is doubt in regard
to tho result of tbo election of mayor ot
Sim Francljco, but prospects are now
strong that Alwood, candidate: on thu tax
payers' ticket, was olected.
PROM NEW YORK.
New York, September 7. Homo) facts
wero developed in roforonco to baby bro
kerage in this city in tho investigation
ybstcrday in tho caso of it physician who,
it appears, received thirty dollars to tako
chargo ot a baby and keep It till some re
iponsiblo porson would adopt it, but an
hour after tho reception of tho child and
monoy, tho lormor was loll at uio uoor in
tho foundling hospital sullVrlng from somo
poworful narcotic which tho physician
mentioned had administered. As no com
plaint was proferrod against the doctor, ho
wits allowed to go,
Tho court to-day rufusod to admit tho
abortionist, Uosoniweig, to bait.
TELEORAPII IjlNK FOLD.
Baltimore, Soptembor 7. Tho Bank
ors' and Brokers' telegraph lino, between
Now York nnd Washington, with nil its
effects, was sold in this city by tho trus
tee, for $10,000 to John Howard Wells.
A SEORET CONFERENCE OF
NORTH GERMAN BISHOPS.
STR. LEODER LOST AT SEA.
ALL ON BOARD LOST.
NOItTH oermak nisuors.
IJni.t.v, Sept. ".Tho North German
bishops havn just commenced a jrie of
secret conferences, nt rreiua, ujoonsiuor
tho quostion of tho dogma of infallibility.
At theso moetings it has been decided to
omit tho customary morning cathedral
"From tho earnest mannor in which thev
luvc commenced to conduct lu sittings, it
U evident that they mean business.
Cholera In tho Ilaltic province of Prus
sia begins to abate. At K'meiirsburg
there were forty now cases and twenty
eight death on the tth inst.
Tho anxiety felt throughout Germany
Is decreasing. It is confidently hoped tho
epidemic will be stayed In Its progress.
1 ho l S. steamer Ilrooklyn of the Eu
ropean fleet has arrived at Plymouth.
A talegram from Constantinople this
morning says that Ali Paicba.grarid virlcr,
is not dead," but lie, in an extremcdy criti
THE QUEEN f HEALTH IMPROVING.
London, Sept. 7.
Tbo Court Circular announces the
health of tho queen as steadily improving.
Her illness is under the control of her
scandal in man LIXK.
Another scandal in high life is threat
ened Tho hun. Mrs. Cowpor has boon
committed to prison to await examination
on a charge ot swindling.
A despatch from Limerick announce!
tho arrest for debt of Itutt, tho ''home
rulo" candidate for parliament fro.n that
Recorder Gucreney, who is a.hcut to sail
for tho United Stat as commissioner un
der tho treaty of Washington, replied to
day at sotno length to nn address present
ed mm by the people ol aouihampt.ou
He remarked, ho hailed the treaty with
satisfaction and delight.
LOST AT KA,
Amsterdam, September 0. The steam
er Looder. from Dantzlc for this
port, ha. been lost at sea. So
tar as asccr:ined, an on board per
ished. Portions of the wreck hnvo been
picked up. The Loodor was a freight nnd
pussengcr steamer plying between this
port and Danlzic. The number of pooplo
aboard has not been accurately ascer
tained, but it is feared the loss of lifo Is
large. Tho crew numbered 20 men.
SALbF.nour.ij. September 7. After dlu-
ncr voaterdav, Ultmnrck nnd Vjii Roust
n em a protracted coiivcrcawuu.
The story that tho portraits of Napo
leon and Eugenie are to bo removed from
the casllo of Saltobourg ii authoritatively
stated to be false.
Versailles. September 7. Tho Patrie
announces that Chevalier Niera, the Ha-
thin, read to-day to tbo French minister of
foreign atlalrs a mspalcli irom tno cabinet
at Rome which was favorablo to tbe pres
ervation of friendship between the two
RncesELS, September 7. Tha strikes
among tho workmen here aro in process of
Cincinnati, Soptembcr 7. Otto Mu
sarm, a young man, in jumping into a ha
eln of a Sycamore itreet swimming estab
lishment, last night, struck a splinter of
wood, which penetrated into his boa els
ton inches and produced death in a short
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York, September 7.
GOLD Strong, nt 13!al3jc.
GOVERNMENTS Very strong.
STATE I10NIJS Dull and hoavy.
MONEY Remains vcryeaBy.
St. Louts, September 7,
FLOUR- -Stead v.
WHEAT Active; red fall, $1.03.
CORN llettor; Ho for mixed in olc
vator. OATS IMler; 3i.Jii.l5tf for mixod on
I!A1!LK Y Q'liot and unchanged.
BACON Actlvo in jobbing and order
lots; shoulders, 0aOJc, clear rib, 7Ja7;
LARD No sales.
Chicago, September 7.
J'ORK Sales at $12.50; seller vear hold
nt $13.25; buyer year, $li!.76 cash".
LARD In good demand at 8 Jo; hold
MEATS Good inquiry and hold J
WHISKY Firmer; saleable at 8 Be.
CARL L. THOMAS,
l lurprirt'd lo do all kinds of plain and omv
KALSOMINING, PAPER HANGING
HI ON WRIT I NO, ETC.,
At Hguris which defy all cnmpttlon, and in the
highest htyle cf tli nlntnr'n art.
SHOP 111 THEPERRY HOUSE,
COItNEU OF COMMKItUIAt. AVENUE AND
EKI1ITI1 tSTIlKK T.
Tha IIIIiioIk Central lt:l l Ron I Coiup'.ny now
filler fur suliMhii fiillon ing described lots In Firs
Addition lo tho CI I) of Cairo, vis i
Lot '.'7 block in. Lot 'J block W.
" IS " siu, " ST SU,
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ii 3 i. w ii 8J i ti.
Forterms.eU, apply lo JAMEHJOHNSON,
iJMtf rr Agent
Steamer Dick Johnson, Evansrille.
" St. Joseph, Memphis.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Jamas Fisk, Jr., Vaducah.
" Oceanu, St. Louii.
" Henry Amea. St. Louis.
" Commonwealth, New Otloabi.
Steamer Dick Johnson, Evansvllle.
" St. Jostph, St. Louis.
" Illinoii. Columbus.
" James FisV, Jr., Paducah.
' Occanus, Red River.
" Commonwealth. St. I.ouii.
'' A. Baker, Williard's Landing.
BOATS TO "LEAVE TO-DAY.
Steamer Henry Amos, Now Orleans
" R. P. Walt, Vicksburg.
" Citv of Chester. St. Louk
" Illinois. Columbus.
" James Fisk, Jr Psduc&b.
' John Lumsdun, Efaniville.
Tbo river Is falling again and a steady
decline may bo cxpectod. At Cincinnati
tho river is falling. Tho Mississippi is
falling gradually, with five and a bnlf feet
to St. Louis.
Tho landing presented an unusually
dull appearance Weather clear and
Tho Dick Johnson, from ivansTiiif,
arrived with a good trip of tlour, pork,
corn, whisky, bran, etc, and when sho left
port every state room was occupied and
coU on tbo floor filled.
Tho St. Joseph, from Memphis, catne up
jesterdny morning. Sho had a light trir.
The Jamoa FisV, Jr. brought 20 boxes
tobacco and 50 bbls meal for Memphis,
and 6 hhds tobacco and 4 bbls apples for
Now Orleans; 228 bell handles for St.
Louis. Sho discharged 4 hhds tobacco at
I. C. R. R. wharfboat.
Tbe Oueanus, for Rod River; bad a good
trip and added considotablo freight here.
The Henry Ames came out with tbo
bull of tho Hello of Alton In tow. She
will nil out here.
Captain Dugan's wrecker, Samson, is
engaged taVlng out the machinery of the
William Hamilton, the gentlemany en
gineer of tho Eckert leavei to-day for
Memphis on business. He will re
turn in a few days.
A band of Indians got a barrel of whis
ky from thu wreck of the Ida Rees on
the upper Missouri river, and they all got
drunk and a general fight ensued, in which
several Indians were killed. "No arrant
bad been mado when last heard from."
Capt. John T. Washington has received
the agency appointment at Memphis of
the St. Louis & Arkansas, and rat. Lout It
White River lino of packets.
The Commonwealth, from New Orleans,
had a bariro in tow. Sho discharged 40
bales of cotton for Louisville. She had
but 1 tile ftelirbt for St. Louis, hbo re
ported but 7 feet of witter to Memyhii.
Thu City of Quincy succoeded in getting
over Librty island, and catno down as lar
as Williard's where she grounded again.
Captain Kinn&ton took tho A. Bakor up
to holp ber off.
Among tbe psuuengers of tbe Belfast on
bur up trip was an old gentleman 77 years
af age who had never been on a train of
cars, or a steamboat before in his wholo
life until he got on board the Belfast, Ho
was on his way to sco his children at
Tho Dictator has been very unlucky
this trip. She was aground at Groenleaf
several days with barges of coal, and after
getting off thoro sho got to No. 40 whero
sho sunk two of her barges. Tho coal was
for Brown Si Jones, nt Memphis.
St. Louis, Soptomber 7. Arrivod
Mary McDonald, Kansas City; Belle
Memphis, Memphis ; S. S. Merrill and
Rob Roy, Keokuk; C. V. Kountz, Colum
bus; Belfast, Now Orleans. Departed
Huntsvlllo, Poor la; Mollio McPike and
Bayard, Keokuk ; S. S. Merrill, St. Fiul;
R. P. Walt, Vicksburg ; Susio Silver.
MEttriiiH, Septcmbor 7. Tho weather
is clear and pleasant ; rivor rising. Tho
steamer Vicksburg arrived from Fort
Smith with tho bull of tho Wheeler. De
parted Mallio Esert, City of Vicksburg,
Silver Bow, City of Chester, St. Louis.
New Orleans, Soptembor7. St. Luke,
JelTorsun City; Robb, upper Mississippi.
Riverdivclining; weather clear and cool.
lly NsttUiial Bstssk llullensse;-
Hpecial attention raid to .rders from boat',
night end day.
k-e-- e-st, re 0 . e-sr ef
oshbss raovrttf nnsu.
G. D, WILLIAMSON.
PRODUCE AND .
CAIRO, I LLINCI8.
SSwTdpaciai altenttoa ftv.n to Coulguniauts
and hlliua ardsri.
ITS CURE AND ITS PREVENTIVE
BY DR. J. U. SCHENCK, M. D.
AfHT V11" beinetiaa passed away for whose
death thero was no utjier reason than tbe newlecc
SUSS n??en2i5fli,p1lf WI prV.n "neSsM cure.
2Xr?f-5eV.,J1 10 !ml' nd friends sre
sleeplnn the dreamless slumber Into which, had
they calmly adopted '
DR. JOSEPH II. HCHF.NCK'B SIMPLE
and availed themselves of his wondsrf nltr ettca
ci'ms medicine, they would not have fallen.
I r. Schenck has In his own caso proved thai
wherever sunicicnt vitality remains, thai vital
ity. ir Ills medicines and his dlroctmas for their
iio,l quickened Into liualthful vliror.
In this statement thero Is nothing presnmp
tunas. Tn tho faith ot tho Invalid Is made no
iprvenUllon thut Is not a thousand times sub
ftantlated by lltlnjr and vl.lblo worts. The
tl-ory nr the euro by Dr. febenck's modlclnet
Is as timplo as It is unfailing. Its philosophy ro
'ih I re. no argument. It is self-assuring, Mlf-con-vlnclng.
'I lie i'ea.a eol Tonic and Mandrake Pills are the
Crt two weapons with which the citadel ot the
fllUladr l uncalled. Twfl thlhU .if Him MUf nf
r-insii,nptlon originate In drsrx'psiaand a rune-
tlonallr dlsordcreil liver.
lYiiti tme condition
the bronchial tubes -smiiathlin"
stomach. They respond to the morblSe action
! tho llvor. Here then comes tho culminating
mm., arm .no selling in, wiiu an us uisireis
Ing sjuiptoms ot
Tin, Mandrake Pills are erapoM of one of Na
tnre's noblest glfts-the Pirdophlllura Peltalum.
They prses all tho blond-searching, alterative
proponles ut culiimcl, but, unltku cuTumel, they
" LEAVE NO &TING DEHIND."
. The work of cure Is now beginning. The villa,
ted and mucous deposits In the bowels and In the
alimentary canal aro elected. Tha liver, like
a clock. Is wound up. It arouses from Its torpid
ity. Tho stomach acta respunslvclr. and the
patient begins to reel thathelsgelUng, elta.t,
A HLPPLV OF GOOD BXOOD.
The Sea-wocd Tonic. In conjunction with the
Pills, permeates and assimilates with the fix-d.
Cbyllflcallon Is now progressing without He pre
vious tortures. Digestion become painless, and
the cure Is seen to be at hand. There Is no more
flatulence, no exacerbation of tho stomach. An
appcuie sets in
NnfiMniM Ilia rrref.lA.( Ttlrtt TnrfeAeavefvti
Hiven or an inauiiceni. lamer o surxenna
hchenck's Pulmonlo Ht mo comes In to tier
k'ent father to suffering man.
Its functions and w hasten and complete tho
cure. It enters at once upon Us work. Nature
can not bo cheated. It o-Uecls and ripens tho
Impaired and diseased portions of the longs.
in mo rormoi gainerings, u prepares tnem mr
expectoration, and lot In a very short time tha
malady la vanquished, the rotten throne that It
xnaiaor in Tanquisnea, mo ronen tnrone lost is
occuoied Is renovated and made new. and the
patient, in all Uio dignity or regained vigor, steps
forth to enjoy tbo manhood or wgmanhvoa that
CIV EN UP AM LOST.
Tha second thing Is, the patients must stay In a
warm room ntll they get well , it Is almost Im
possible to prevent taking cold when tbe lungs
are diseased, but It must bo prevented or a cure
can not I hi effected. Fresh air and riding out
especially In this soctlon ot the country, in the
fall ami winter sessnn. are all wrong. I'hysl
clana who recommend that course lose their pa
tients. If their lungs are badly diseased! and yet.
because they are In the house they must not
sit down quiet t they must walk about the room
as much and nn fast as tbe strength will hear, to
get up a good circulation of blirod. The patients
roust keep In good spirits be iSetermlned to get
well. This haa a great deal to do with tbe appe
tite, and ta the Brest point to gain.
Tn despair of cure after such evidence of Its
possibility tn the worst cases, and moral cer
tainty In all others, Is sinful. Dr. Schenck's per
sonal statement tu the Faculty of bis own cure
was in those modest words:
" Many yean uito I was tn tho last stages of
consumption I cunnncd f my bed. and at one
time ray physicians thought that I could not live
a weesi inen.iiau a arowning man caicnina at
straws, 1 heard of and obtained the preparations
which t nnw nnVr lo Lhn nubile, anil thev made
a perfect cure ot me. It seemed to me that I
could feel them penetrate my whole system.
They soon ripened the matter In my lungs, and
1 would sill up more than a pint ot offensive
yellow matter every morning for a long time.
" As soon as that began to aubalde, my cough,
fever, pains, and night awoata all began to leave
ma, and inr appetite became ao great that It was
with difficult; that 1 could keep trom eating too
much. I soon gained my strength, and nave
grown In flesh ever since.
1 was weighed shortly after my recovery."
added the Doctor, " then looking like a mere
skeleton! my weight was only ninety -seven
poundst myjirvsunt weight Is two hundred and
twenty-rive (Tii) pounds, and for years I have en
joyed uninterrupted health."
Dr. ischenck baa discontinued bis professional
visits to New. York and lloston. lie or bis son.
Dr. J. It. rJehenek. Jr.t still continue to see pa-
rniiaaeipnia. every fiiuraij iromv a.M.toa p.m.
Those who wish a thorough examination with
the Uesptrometer will be charged S3. The lies-
f lrometer declares the exact condition of the
ungs, and patients can readily loam whether
they are curable or not.
The directions for taking tho medicines are
adapted to the Intelligence even of a child. Fol
low these directions, and kind Nature will do the
rest, excepting that tn some cases the Mandrake
l'llls are to bo taken In Increased doses! the
three medicines need no other accompaniment
than tlie ample Instructions that accompany
them: First create appetite. Of returning
health, hunger Is tho most welcome symptom.
When It comes, as It will come, let the despair
Ihk at nnotf tm n jruod cneer. uoou blood at once
fiillows, tho cough loosens, the night sweat Is
abated. In a abort time Loth ut these morbid
symptoms are gone forever.
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of coughs and colds. maybe regarded as a pro.
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